Marie Rippen

CEO at Lab Launch and Science Communicator

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09/16/2016
Taking ownership of luck

When people ask me how I got my job as the facility director for a biotechnology incubator right after finishing my Ph.D., my answer used to be, "I was lucky."

USC Stem Cell

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USC Stem Cell researchers poke around for blood genes

By Marie Rippen Even though the transplantation of blood stem cells, also known as bone marrow, has saved many lives over many decades, the genes that control the number or function of blood stem cells are not fully understood.

Children's Hospital Los Angeles

CHLA Research Highlights Summer 2013
Helping Premature Infants Breathe Easy

Of the myriad challenges that a premature baby faces upon entering the world, simply breathing can be the most difficult.